EHLO

AcronymDefinition
EHLOExtended Hello
EHLOEnhanced High Light Output (projectors)
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The setup: with six seconds left, and the Bulls up by one, Cleveland's Craig Ehlo inbounds a pass at half-court and scores a go-ahead layup on a beautifully executed give-and-go.
In retrospect, what made the shot magical wasn't just the absurdity of Jordan daring to take it--despite Stockton's advice, Ehlo had actually covered Jordan tightly and stuck a hand in his face for two of the three seconds they collectively rose (Jordan outlasted him for another).
"I fell out of my bed when I saw it the first time," Ehlo said.
It might not matter even if Ehlo or others of his infamous kind did fight the inevitable.
"It's going to be a timing thing for him - being in the right place and having a team that needs him," said Craig Ehlo, who retired in 1997 after a 14-year NBA career and is now an analyst on local television for Gonzaga games.